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* Martin's missions
Bill Martin hopes to 0 400 new seats in Yost after
bring Mvichiath this season
I 'tics to the 1st cen-
p tory with the poss-
hiliry of several * Raising basketball, football &
I * *sweeping changes. hockey ticket prices
Among those pro-
poe Iast week
~ t* Skyboxes for
a Michigan Stadium, as
well as advertisements
3 on the score board
* Relocating Ray
a Fiher tadim tospot next to the
r p Varsity Tennis Center
(Left) Bill Martin.
By Lisa Kolvu meets the press and
Daily yeas Ediior descrlhes his goals
committee to Brillin 'er after heing named
After serving as the interim-athletic director since the forced res- Psychology . James athletic dIretor sixw
ignation of Tom Goss almost five months ago. Bill Matrtin aa cho- Ja ckson chaired the committee, months after his hiring
seti hy University President Lee Bollinger to contitniti on S head of which included, among others, as Intermathletic
the Athletic Department for the next five years. /lead foobl coc lyd Carr director (Right).
The decisiotn came after the tmajority of the head reiches of th 25 and Detnise flitch president of
varsity sports on campus sent a petitioti to Bollinger. asking for Olympia Deve'lopmsent Inc..
Martn to retaitt the job. "We looked at hutndreds of people. Bill Martin was't acandidate,"
About two to two atnd a half weeks ago, the coaches ;,ot togeth er Jackson said.
atud prita petiti nin fosed hye staff savitig -please ,t '' In apress rcl ut seBollitnger dce said he gv aeu o~ieaint
Mriasiattepress confrtc atnuni his appoititment, all of the candidates, hu deie ari a the hest person for the
"That really personally stunnsed me. I was shocked h; that. It made job.
tue pause ad think about this. I paused and reflecte-d, said if these "'-The search committee's stork has been very importatnt to thisa
folks reall ant me that bad, mtaybe I be'tier tak a Iiard look at this," process. They' presented to tae three very strong finalists'" Bollinger
hie said. said. "Hostevcr, they served in atn advisory capacity to tue and in the
Ma rtiin was not among the thre'e fitnalists presenited by the search See MARTIN, Page 3
,Bolinger9C says11, ''twok ith both FLA andWR
'By Sara Fedwa imprint of the Uiviersity of Michiigana are cotrmmiiee wsa split oia tris issue, the over wtho is mnintorinag them and what country, eliminatitig the confusion of the
DhvSaily S'Rcysrr not en'gged its iinlawtful of uticon- LUniversity stouldi join thre Fir Labor information they clhoose to release. licensees.
sciottable labor practices." Associationi, a joust body of univiersity, Scot Trudeau, an LSA setnior and Ison agreed that one common code
A report released by University Thre commttaiee stas comtprised of four industry atid nona-governmtenatal organiza- mneimber of Students Organizing for wtould be an asset to the anti-sweatshop
Preside'tt Le IBollinager list sweek callccd faculty memnbcrs, titter staff membarers tions, otn a provisiotnal basis. Labor atid Econtomic Equiality is among maovementi, but said lie is conceed it will
for astrotag'r code of conduict for atid three students. "I ama cotvitacedl that the panticipation those unha ppy with use decision. he difficult forall universities to decide on
licensees of Uivesrsity apparel, appoint- "It is imaperiativceiiiat sac keep this in thae I I A aids ana ismportat option for "Tha FL A is. ita nay opinion, piet common language for the code.
iletit of i stanintig adidsot) coimmsittee process taositn irrd," Bollinger said. oatr efhorns itn this arca andtc, ia te wsords traich a cotporate cover-tip, Trudeau "It's a 'reat idea -I think i hal o hap-
amid tara inarahart at the naitional t.lc Th e Iiver tsity hats 'a loang-withstaniaring oi te coasmmie, are producive sriarr said. "Tme rorporamirams ge all the imfor man, hut Itm not sure if it sill happen"
in thae efho ort itoh nair labor prairtices. comitmearnt iro ethiiraily soitmid biisinaess gies' in amialberships ma botha the VsR( maationa firsi atad if thery don't wansu to Ison said. "The code aught have to beso
TIhei repoat foallowed reconaariritts practicrs ad futdertali huiman t righats. andr the hi S" Brallimager saitch reease it, thacy don' hlave to" genemal that it algt lose some of its
~4irm Bithtitem a Advisory Comaiatr til n We assi priatei tharse praie b itiaembets of he ive airsity ciama- Amnotherctmpoinmt about tse FLAN is strength."
thor 'andirds and Iumian ingahts, ha a scorkinig swithi miay plaanmd organiza- maaiirty sere naot happay wsitha Brahiatet a the lack o1 iowr given to universities. Trida can se' a national code as
asrittena sittamant B~oliniager s-iid ths insegae ini thescisstes thar diecistrata ( oni mlli inbr abmcust- Aside froia thac dcisioma to jonthe h aaving both a positie and a negative
ronitteer is asformaed "to haria lhir hIrenlanr manftrs workrs, si- irs adistratisont grad~uitie stideit IFL A, iiie comttiaai lsso strssed thar efct on anti-seatshiop effots."It cocld
Uiisrs-iay ine tarehelohp mpsid dehn t~is, uisersiy ari goiernentr otit lian it hIson said some irtivisi "irus teen lorthea Lniaiisitc to conatinuie to b- used to water down strong codes, bit it
iint hum enistasie th cat e rohrr ttis cil tiatnd huimarigahts aciists" innt ta t hir I I is a fron ior halt bust- wrok asitha othar uiarsities ma ama effort also could bring sweaker codes up to being
iaatkti a' hicaer gorads bea!rise thae hihteiirriir n rhe that altog lilaes a, is. crprhatitons haiscntrrol to cueain tite commonli coder amng the strotnger," Trudeau said.
Kjust pa.ssing through 'Friction' not smooth Out the door?
ReulcnPresidential candidate George W. Bush Arts Writer J' ii Winkler reviews Michigan Hockey player Mtke
slped by B-ast Lansing to greeI supporters. 'Science Friction.'. Corie considers leavtng.
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